Strikeforce's second card won't do nearly the numbers their first one did, but when all is said and done their second show will probably do good business as well.
I like WFA's chances from seeing their first show, but we gotta see how the numbers turn out and what the next show looks like after it before we can make any sort of conclusive statement.
Strikeforce the same thing, we gotta see how this next show does before being sure of anything.
IFL I love 'em to death for trying, but the concept is retarded and unfortunately that along with focusing too much attention on getting the top "coaches" in the world as opposed to fighters, that will ultimately be their demise. I heard the production was awesome though for their TV, and that's another factor they've got TV. Plus I heard the fights on the show itself were really good too, even though we won't know most of the guys on the card.